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#1 Posted by MetalBaofu (1529 posts) -

I was going to rent it from Gamefly and check it out, but I'm currently playing Trails of Cold Steel and didn't really want 2 long as RPG games at the same time. Glad that it seems like Digimon is pretty good. I'll get around to playing it at some point.

#2 Posted by MetalBaofu (1529 posts) -

Man, I wish it was garbage because I can't play it.

Seriously, though. I loved the first one. Glad this one seems good too. Maybe they'll decide to stick it on console one day, so I can give it a shot.

#3 Posted by MetalBaofu (1529 posts) -

I haven't seen the interview, so I don't know context. If he was just stating a fact, then there isn't really anything wrong with what he said. On the other hand, if he meant it as in he was glad that his child didn't play video games, then I would find that kind of ironic considering what Hugh Jackman does for a living.

#4 Posted by MetalBaofu (1529 posts) -

@metalbaofu said:

Not sure if it's the biggest, but the most recent I can think of is Dragon Age: Inquisition(been playing the DLC for the first time recently and it made me remember this). I was using the rings that increase the duration/damage of specific abilities wrong. I just read the description that says "increases ability damage by 30%" or whatever and completely ignored the actual name of the rings. So, I had characters wearing rings for abilities that they hadn't even learned. Not sure how long it took me to realize, but it was probably half of my first play through, at least(maybe longer).

well thanks bud, you just gave me my moment. I finished the game, and was TOTALLY unaware of that the entire duration of the game.

Heheh. I'm sure we aren't the only ones. I don't think I had any of those rings equipped right for a long time.

#5 Posted by MetalBaofu (1529 posts) -

@chu52 said:

Going to start with the random pc game that actually had David Bowie in it

Omikron. I have no idea if that is where that quote is from, though. Ryan and Brad are not in that video. It's Dave, Vinny, Drew, and Alexis. I've been meaning to watch that video ever since they put it up on the front page the other day, but I haven't got around to it. Don't think I saw it when they first did it.

#6 Posted by MetalBaofu (1529 posts) -

I was thinking about buying Rogue Galaxy or Arc the Lad, but now I might end up grabbing Dark Cloud 2 first.

#7 Posted by MetalBaofu (1529 posts) -

If I ever end up with a VR thing It would be Sony's(I pretty much only play games on PS4 these days).

That said, I look at VR and I can't help but think of every other peripheral add-on type thing and how absolutely none of them were really worth buying or ever went anywhere.

#8 Edited by MetalBaofu (1529 posts) -

I wouldn't call something "unplayable" unless it actually was unplayable. Meaning, I can't play it. Crashes all the time, glitch that stops progress, online game with insane lag/servers offline, etc.

The idea that Fallout 4, Witcher 3, or Just Cause 3 are "unplayable" on PS4 is crazy to me. If someone just prefers playing on PC due to performance/graphics/etc., then they should just say that instead of saying the console versions are "unplayable."

@n7 said:

Witcher 3 and Fallout 4 are both a little janky with their framerates but I can understand the Just Cause 3 complaint. I think after the 3rd consecutive 5 minute long loading time I was done with it. I felt like it was actively punishing me for playing the game and I just couldn't take it anymore.

I played Just Cause on PS4 after they put the patch out that shortened load times and they never bothered me. Definitely never had a 5 minute load. My cousin played it before the patch and was complaining about the load times. So, if you were liking the actual game, then you might want to give it another shot at some point.

#9 Posted by MetalBaofu (1529 posts) -

Not sure if it's the biggest, but the most recent I can think of is Dragon Age: Inquisition(been playing the DLC for the first time recently and it made me remember this). I was using the rings that increase the duration/damage of specific abilities wrong. I just read the description that says "increases ability damage by 30%" or whatever and completely ignored the actual name of the rings. So, I had characters wearing rings for abilities that they hadn't even learned. Not sure how long it took me to realize, but it was probably half of my first play through, at least(maybe longer).

#10 Posted by MetalBaofu (1529 posts) -

@subwayd: Nice. I hadn't seen that there was a demo for it. Thanks for the heads up, dude. I'll definitely try it out to see how it runs, at least.